Industrial Cyber-Security Leader Introduces New Achilles Health Check Program

Vancouver, B.C. — Feb. 27

Wurldtech Security Technologies, a provider of cyber-security solutions to vendors and operators of SCADA, process-control and critical systems worldwide, announced the launch of the Achilles Industrial Cyber-Security Health Check program. The Achilles health check is designed to provide a quick assessment of current cyber-security readiness according to industry leading methodology and recommended practices in addition to providing a blueprint for future security implementations.

“Our mission is to provide operators with the most innovative industrial cyber-security solutions in the market and advocate security and safety to all industrial organizations,” stated Tyler Williams, president and CEO of Wurldtech Security Technologies Inc. “Now, through Achilles health check, we further demonstrate our leadership by introducing the industry’s most practical, service-oriented evaluation service. Operators are now empowered to make better informed decisions based on their unique security needs and requirements.”

The Achilles Health Check provides a rapid evaluation of the cyber-security vulnerabilities and exposure risk of SCADA and process control systems by testing against industry standards and recommended practices. By leveraging the testing technology of the Achilles evaluation platform, the Achilles health check includes a core set of tests designed to identify actual cyber risk profiles unique to each system. The key component of the Achilles health check is its ability to help establish priorities for a targeted security program based on actual risk exposures, empowering operators with a more meaningful method to plan industrial security strategies and programs.

The Achilles health check encompasses the following phases:

 

  • Preliminary consultation.
  • On-site vulnerability testing and evaluation.
  • reporting recommendations and next steps.
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